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, putting it with the fbi, or a third party with no keck connection to the government tore telephone companies. >> governor breuer has a few days to decide whether to pass a bill allowing business owners to deny service to gay customers based on religious grounds. governor breuer is basing pressure at home and outside arizona. >> the opposition has been loud at the state capitol where protesters say the legislature made the state look bad. >> this bill is out of step with the people of arizona. >> opponents in the legislature described it as a trojan horse. >> this is discrimination under the guise of religious freedom. >> the bill written by the christian organization basically says a person can deny service based on a religious belief. >> if he you were asked to serve a wedding on the sabbath, you wouldn't have to. if there was a photographer that was asked to celebrate a same-sex commitment ceremony, something they disagree with, they are not asked to do that. >> governor breuer wouldn't say which way she was leading. >> i don't have to make a decision until friday. >> many arizon
, investigators want the nature of the of the attacks. bloomberg reporting that the fbi is investigating and the collapse is calling many to consider regulating bitcoin. >>> nine years ago new orleans looked like this, hurricane katrina exposing a failing infrastructure, and a levy system that could not contain the floodwaters. now the new 350-mile levy system is already having problems. >> you have a beautiful wife there. >> katie's restaurant is known for its seafood. >> really nice, shrimp right out of the gulf of mexico. >> reporter: while the gulf gives, it also takes away. it took owner scott craig nearly five years to reopen after the storm surge from hurricane katrina burst through the levies and flooded him out. >> i didn't have the finances. i had to go out and work, rebuild, and put all the money that i made working back into this. >> because new orleans exist from two to 20 feet below sea level in different areas, the army corp of engineers created a system to protect the area from another hurricane, or worse. >> it could potentially come right through here. >> reporter: and
the justice department, and the fbi in this case have actually maybe since the 1960's, tracked the press. >> two journalists recently discussed the disturbing trend. if we cannot provide confidentiality and if that confidentiality can be threatens in court, they will not be willing to too reveal what is going on in the government. >> that issue between the press and the government yielded a surprising result in reporters without borders latest world press freedom index. for more nan a decade, the organization has sent questionnaires to selected journalists researchers and human rights activists in 180 countries. the index considers media independent the environment in which reporters work, and transparency of government and private institutions that effect news gathering. this year, fin hand, the nether-land, and norway lead the list. but the u.s. regarded by many as the world's leading democracy, ranked 46th. one wrung above haiti. but questions the low rating for the u.s. >> i think overall, american journalists have very powerful protections, not the least of which is the everybody re
with the nsa, having a government agency other than than the nsa hold the data, like the f.b.i. or putting in the hands of an entity that doesn't have roles with the government. >> 4 million signups have happened in obamacare since last month. the president hopes to meet an unofficial goal by the end of march. enrollment had gotten off to a pretty slow start in october last year because of several glitches in the one site. some states encountered problems, as well. one state is california, it's marketplace had a potential security flaw in the security system. the error was only revealed recently, more than three months after the site launched. officials say no consumer information was compromised. >> the president and house speaker john boehner say they are looking to find common ground after butting heads over the years, both men sitting down in the oval office for their first one and one meeting since 2012. they say the their meeting was constructive, they discussed immigration reform, the affordable care act, california's drought and flood insurance. analysts say it is unlikely we will
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